Saturday, August 2, 2008

i'm home from indonesia!

yes, my plane did not crash, as i had feared, after hearing about that australian plane plummeting 18,000 feet through the air before righting itself. i never used to fear flying, but after that i prayed the whole 40 hour trip home that i would land safely, no plummeting, no heart attacks from not dying but thinking that i might die. i'm not ready to face mortality; i prefer the freudian denial of turning death into a desirable thing, a la king lear. i'll explain it all later.

for now i'm momentarily in salisbury, ct visiting mt. riga and my aunt has taken me into town to check email while she does laundry at the laundromat. so no more for now, but i'm happy to be home and will have much to tell when i have settled back in gettysburg with my vicious beast, aka jack. i love you all and hope everyone who reads this is doing well!

peace, love, happiness


Chris Garaffa said...

Welcome home! I'm glad you made it back OK. Just the other day I was thinking of you and wondering how your trip went. Can't wait to hear about it.

Agatha Wells said...

thank you for thinking of me :). i''m glad to be back, even though i had some great experiences...we'll have to get together again soon and recount them/have another nintendo-fest.

Chris Garaffa said...

A Nintendo-fest! Sounds wonderful. Let me know where and when :)

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